Rottweiler/German Shepherd
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Age: 10 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-mutt-dog rescue

playing with dad when he comes home from work

when mommy get's a little frustrated and is not calm

Favorite Toy:
a goose/duck toy he ripped it open and took our the honker noise part.

Favorite Food:
Science Diet Puppy Large breed Orginal flavor

Favorite Walk:
Through our neighborhood

Best Tricks:
right now he's learned sit very well

Arrival Story:
My husband and I started looking at some pictures of dogs online from our neighborhood shelters. We knew we wanted a young dog and a rottwieler mix. Once we saw him and fell in love with his pictures right away. The next day I called the shelter but found out that there was already a hold on him to possibbly go home with another family...but we decided to go in to meet him anyways. When we arrived at the shelter that other family ended up going home with another dog...yeay. It was meant to be. We met him first and then some other puppies to compare and be sure he was the right dog for us and he was. We took him home the next day. The shelter had grown quite attached to him too so they were both happy and sentimental to see him find a lovinig home.

we know that when we was found he had a brother who looks just like him only had white paws. Jack has a white strip down his chest in the middle.

Forums Motto:
I like to bury bones

I've Been On Dogster Since:
March 9th 2007 More than 9 years!

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My New Discoveries

March 13th 2007 2:23 pm
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I'm now getting pretty adjusted in my new home. I spent the first two months of my life as a lost puppy with my brother. Then I spent the next two month at a very nice and loving shelter. Until I was finally adopted into a great home.

I get to go on walks everyday...one in the morning and another in the afternoon. At first I was a little unsure of my new surroundings but now it's great to go on a walk.

Last Saturday we went exploring our neighborhood and found some great paths and trails that lead us to a great park. We walked for about an hour or more. That was the longest I've walked before at once and I was pretty tired...it was a little hard for me to walk home. The next day I think my legs were a little sore because I was limping a little, but now I'm ok.

I have also begun to dig and bury all the bones I get in little secret places in the backyard. Sometimes I let my owners watch me hide them because I trust they wont steal any. But I just love to bury bones. I make a little hole and then push all the durt back with my nose. I don't make a big mess in the ground either...but my nose at the end the day is pretty dirty. Woof! BOL

Oh and one more thing. I've discovered how much I love to watch The Dog Whisperer TV show with my owners. I watch so intently and try to learn great tips from Cesar Millan and his pack. Take a look at the pictures in my profile of me in front of the tv...that's what I'm watching.

I'm looking forward to new discoveries. I hope to meet so more puppy pals to play with soon. I've discovered that I love playing with my neighbor dog who is a husky and he's great to play with...always so happy.

Thanks for reading! Bark ~Jack

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